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intrude
British English: /ɪnˈtruːd/
American English: /ɪnˈtrud/

Translation of intrude in French:

transitive verb

intransitive verb

  • 1 (meddle, interfere) See examples: I don't wish to intrude
    je ne veux pas me mêler de ce qui ne me regarde pas
    to intrude in(to) somebody's affairs
    s'immiscer dans les affaires de quelqu'un
  • 2 (encroach) See examples: I don't wish to intrude (up)on her grief
    je ne veux pas la déranger quand elle a du chagrin
    to intrude (up)on somebody's privacy
    être importun
    I don't want to intrude on a family gathering
    je ne veux pas m'imposer dans une réunion de famille
  • 3 (disturb) See examples: I don't wish to intrude
    je ne veux pas vous déranger

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